Britain is well known for its hiking spots, which make it a perfect holiday destination for owners and their dogs. Some of the most popular hiking destinations worldwide are Cornwall and Scotland.
Cornwall is so popular amongst dog owners that the official Cornish tourist authority has produced a resource guide for dog owners, where you can find information about dog-friendly accommodation, activities, and events. If you are interested in finding out more information, visit Dogs Love Cornwall.
Another highly rated location for dog owners, endorsed by VisitScotland, is Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park, where you can admire panoramic views of the landscape including the picturesque lake scenery.
The National Trust website allows users to refine their search to show only dog-friendly sites. Many of these sites, accessible with a National Trust Touring Pass, are greatly recommended by outdoor enthusiasts for the richness of the activities.
One example of the great locations you can find on the site is the Studland Beach in the beautiful county of Dorset, where you can enjoy sandy beaches with your dog.
After a long day exploring the landscape, if you fancy putting your feet up with a nice hot drink and some delicious pub food, the website DoggiePubs will provide you with a list of reviewed pubs which welcome dogs. You can search by location depending on where you're staying
Should your dog require any medical treatment, RCVS offers a great service to track down the closest veterinary care to you. Just click here to be directly directed to the relevant page.